Books for all lace makers from beginner to expert
Honiton- basic technical instruction book (Lace Guild). Revised edition.
Book 4. Sixteenth and seventeenth century lace.
Bone Lace was the sixteenth century name for what we now call bobbin lace. This book assumes no previous knowledge of lace making and is therefore ideal for the complete beginner. It will be of interest to textile researchers or those involved with historical costumes.
18 modern projects in free Bobbin Lace - each with a diagram and pricking. Karne has taken 18 designs and turned them into free lace. Some techniques are taken from Milanese and Duchesse lace.
Rosaline Perle 2 aims to provide the lacemaker with detailed instructions in the form of worksheets covering five newly adapted motifs required to assemble this pretty lace.
Rosaline Perle by Judith Cordell
Sixteenth and Seventeenth Century Lace Book 3. This book contains examples of lace decorations from a range of sources including sixteenth century pattern books and from surviving lace. The patterns can be worked directly on the pillow, or over squared paper.
The 18 patterns are designed to decorate baubles for your Christmas tree. The patterns are in Torchon, Beds, Bucks and Honiton Lace. The book provides ideas for you to create your own patterns.
The Isham Samples and Other Linen Edgings by Gillian Dye
A collection of 17 book mark patterns all with different spiders in. the book marks have been made in coloured thread and are very effective. All the bookmarks have a clear pattern and instructions within the book for the different spiders, beginning and finishing a bookmark.
Threads for Lace Edition 7. This is a new edition for 2018.
Weddings (Lace Guild)